WEEK 33. Honors World Literature. Clear your desk of everything. You will have 9 minutes to complete your English EPAS. . Do Now: Monday, April 28 th , 2014. SWAT participate in a Socratic Seminar which causes scholars to discuss and debate Achebe’s purpose in writing “Images of Africa”.
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SWAT participate in a Socratic Seminar which causes scholars to discuss and debate Achebe’s purpose in writing “Images of Africa”.Objectives
Scholars need to have an understanding of the text.
Do not need to raise your hand.
Actively listen (what does this look like?)
Use the text as evidence for your answers.
Question one another!
Jot downs ideas to contribute to the discussion.
Prepare textual evidence to support your ideas.
No or limited ( not well thought out) response: 0
Response that answers a question: 5
Response that uses evidence: 8-10
On a half sheet, do the following:
Appositive: a description that describes the noun right beside it. (non-essential)
Jimmy’s brother, whose name is also Jimmy, likes to skateboard.
Coordinating Conjunction: joining two independent clauses using a conjunction.
Daniella left her house without saying goodbye to her parents, for she was upset with them.
Subordinating Conjunction: joining an independent and dependent cause using a comma.
Because my flight is leaving at 8:50am, I need to leave my house at 6am.
Adjective combining:joining two adjectives to describe a subect.
The big, green balloon flew away.Answers
Chapter 9 Questions:75: Describe the story Okonkwo’s mother used to tell him. What natural phenomenon did it explain?
SWBAT identify the theme of Hubert Harrison’s “The Black Man’s Burden”: a response to Rudyard Kipling’s “The White Man’s Burden”.Objectives